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a'r Crancod Dringol

Mae Harri'n dod o hyd i gneuen goco anferth ond does dim modd ei hagor heb gael cymorth gan grancod dringol. The Octonauts and the Coconut Crabs.


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-Octonots, to your stations.

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-Cwrwgl.

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-Harri.

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-Pegwn.

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-Explore.

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-Rescue.

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-Rescue.

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-Protect.

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-There's nothing better

-than being out in the moonlight.

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-Flying fish?

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-Do you want a race?

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-Come on then.

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-Make room, fish.

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-Something hit me. What could it be?

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-Show yourself, you beast.

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-A coconut?

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-Goodness me.

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-That's my grandfather's mark -

-Twm Sion Whiskers.

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-There's something inside it.

-A hidden treasure.

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-I'll open it to see what's inside.

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-This calls for my new device.

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-The Octo-grabber.

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-This will squeeze

-or crack anything.

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-Including coconuts.

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-Yaww! Let's try

-Twm Sion Whiskers' coconut.

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-Still trying to open the coconut?

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-The Octo-grabber

-should have opened it.

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-I modelled it on the

-world's best coconut opener.

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-The coconut crab.

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-We might need that

-to solve this mystery.

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-Sound the Octo-alert.

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-Yeeaw!

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-Yeeaw!

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-Octonots, to the HQ.

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-Octonots, we need to open

-Twm Sion Whiskers' coconut.

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-We need the help of

-the world's best coconut opener.

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-Ah, yes. The coconut crab.

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-The largest land crab in the world.

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-It has powerful claws

-to open coconuts.

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-Where can we find one?

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-Search an island -

-they only live on land.

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-Here are all the nearby islands.

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-Zoom in on them, Dela.

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-Coconut trees everywhere.

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-Precisely. Where there are coconuts,

-there are...

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-Coconut crabs.

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-Prepare the red sub.

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-Island straight ahead.

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-Coconut crabs only appear at night.

-We don't want to frighten them.

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-Press the silencer.

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-Press the silencer.

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-OK, Cap.

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-No sign of a crab.

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-We could use some bait

-to draw them out.

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-There.

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-There.

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-No, over there.

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-The coconut's gone!

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-Spotlight.

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-Nothing.

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-Let's get closer.

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-Spread out and search.

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-I'll go right, Harri, go left...

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-And I'll stay here

-with the penguin.

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-My name's Elfed

-but my friends call me the claw.

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-I'm fond of cracking open coconuts

-with it.

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-I'm not a coconut.

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-Oh, sorry. Don't worry,

-I won't crack you open.

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-Hello, love.

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-Here's the wife, Elfair.

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-To her friends...

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-To her friends...

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-The clawess.

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-My sons.

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-Elwyn, Elfyn and Elis.

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-You can call us...

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-You can call us...

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-The claws?

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-Yes. How did you know?

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-How did you know?

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-Thank you for finding our coconut.

-It rolled into the sea.

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-Since we can't swim,

-we couldn't retrieve it.

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-If you don't mind,

-we'll take it home where it belongs.

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-Steady on. That's my coconut.

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-Excuse me, it's been ours for years

-and it's staying with us.

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-Yes, with us.

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-Wait. My grandfather's mark is on

-that coconut - Twm Sion Whiskers.

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-You're related to Twm Sion Whiskers?

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-Now that you mention it,

-there is a resemblance.

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-Thank you.

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-Can you tell me what you're doing

-with my grandfather's coconut?

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-Many years ago, Twm Sion Whiskers

-was washed up on the island.

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-He was all alone and hungry.

-We fed him coconut milk.

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-He told us stories

-about his time at sea.

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-When we woke up, he'd gone.

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-No note, nothing but this coconut.

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-We've been trying to open it

-ever since.

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-We're embarrassed because

-opening coconuts is what we do.

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-We couldn't open it

-and you couldn't open it.

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-If we work together,

-we might be able to open it.

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-Come on then.

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-You squeeze and we'll pull.

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-One, two...

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-..three.

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-Crack! Keep going.

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-Ira, suction.

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-OK, Cap.

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-My babies.

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-My babies.

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-Mami! Dadi!

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-Elwyn, Elfyn, Elis!

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-We live on land.

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-They can't swim.

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-Ira, Harri, Elfed, into the red sub.

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-Bring coconuts.

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-Launch the Octo-ski.

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-Launch the hovercraft.

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-Let's rescue the boys.

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-There's one of them.

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-There's one of them.

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-It's Elwyn.

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-Coconut ready?

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-Open.

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-Drop.

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-Bull's-eye.

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-Got you.

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-That's Elfyn.

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-The wind's picking up,

-the sea is rough.

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-Coconut ready.

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-Open.

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-I can't see him. I'll get closer.

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-There he is.

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-There he is.

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-Drop.

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-Good grab!

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-More than that... yaaww!

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-Harri!

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-Harri!

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-Crab in trouble.

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-Cheers.

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-There's Elis.

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-There's Elis.

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-Open.

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-Drop.

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-Got him.

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-Dad, help, over here.

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-Watch out.

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-The boys are all safe.

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-Thank you, Octonots.

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-Good work, everyone. Relax.

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-We still haven't opened

-Twm's coconut.

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-You're right.

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-If we dropped it on a rock

-from a height...

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-That might open it.

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-Drop.

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-Crack!

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-My babies.

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-My babies.

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-What was in the coconut?

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-It's not a coconut.

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-It's an empty cannon shell

-from Twm Sion Whiskers' ship.

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-That's why it was so difficult

-to open.

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-There's a note inside

-from Twm Sion Whiskers.

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-Thank you for rescuing me.

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-Here are three coconuts for the boys

-to practise their skill.

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-Coconuts!

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-Coconuts!

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-Come and crack!

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-There's something on the other side.

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-Yes indeed.

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-If you ever bump in to Harri,

-my grandson...

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-..say yaaww!

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Mae Harri'n dod o hyd i gneuen goco anferth ond does dim modd ei hagor heb gael cymorth gan grancod dringol. The Octonauts and the Coconut Crabs.


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